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RU-N Professor Writes Book to Tell the Story behind Manhattan’s Skyline

Many consider Manhattan to be one of the most fascinating places on Earth. People travel from all over the world to see its amazing sites. Perhaps most indelible of all its features, however, is its skyline.


NJPAC and Institute of Jazz Studies to Partner on All-Female Jazz Residency

Residency will take place JULY 10-16, 2016. 

New home at Rutgers University – Newark places students at the heart of a thriving downtown arts scene.


Media Advisory: RU-N to Host Community Briefing on African-American Brain Health Initiative

Photo: Zumba class at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, NJ. New Hope is a church partner of the African-American Brain Health Initiative

This event is open to the media.


Newark’s Newest Mural to be Unveiled

Students, local artists, and community groups collaborate to beautify and refurbish abandoned South Ward lot


Professor Alex Hinton Testifies at U.N.-Backed International Tribunal for the Khmer Rouge


Director of RU-N’s Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights testifies for four days on atrocities committed by the Cambodian regime.